EFL lesson plan design for monolingual class.

| January 12, 2015

[meteor_slideshow slideshow=”adssa” metadata=”height: 126, width: 630″]

PayPal Acceptance Mark


Order Details
**Designing a lesson plan**
The Objective
Design and write a detailed 90 min EFL lesson plan with materials to teach an intermediate level group of learners. Use your knowledge of SLA research and its influence on the design of language teaching materials and tasks to create your lesson plan.You must make explicit reference to SLA where possible to explain the rationale behind the stages you plan. You can choose what you consider the most appropriate language teaching approach to match your teaching objective(s). You will probably have to consider factors such as the SLA model/position you would like to adopt for language pedagogy, the type of students you have and the factors affecting their L2 learning/language processing.
Instructions:
– The plan itself should not b included in the word count, so you can make the design and justification only 2400-2500 words and the rest for the plan. with referring to it when explaining.
– Must mention several SLA theories like Chomsky’s (Universal Grammar Theory) (Krashen’s input hypothesis.(Long’s interaction hypothesis).(Swain’s Output hypothesis) (Schmidt’s noticing hypothesis).
– I prefer if the plan is directed to monolingual English class whom their 1st language is arabic.
Reference List
Cook, V. (2001) Second Language Learning and Language Teaching (3rd edition) London: Hodder Arnold
Doughty, C. J. & M. H. Long (2002) The Handbook of Second Language Acquisition. Oxford: Blackwell
Ellis, R. (2009). The Study of Second Language Acquisition (2nd edition) Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Ellis, R. (1997) Second Language Acquisition. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Gass, S., and Selinker, L. (2000) Second Language Acquisition: An Introductory Course New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Mackey, A. & Gass, S. M. (2005) Second Language Research: Methodology and Design New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Mitchell, R. & Myles, F. (2004) Second Language Learning Theories. London: Edward Arnold
Saville-Troike, M. (2005) Introducing Second Language Acquisition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
[meteor_slideshow slideshow=”best” metadata=”height: 126, width: 630″]

PayPal Acceptance Mark

Get a 5 % discount on an order above $ 150
Use the following coupon code :
2018DISC
Language and gender: the difference between males and females in terms of length of speech, turn taking, and interpreting
Language Change

Tags:

Category: Linguistics

Our Services:
Order a customized paper today!